Program to control DriveSnapshot, giving multiple months daily backups in minimal space.
It takes a full image backup of one or more disk drives at the start of the month, and a differential image every day thereafter.
Next month, it does the same, in a different folder.
The following month it uses a third folder. After that, it goes back to the first one.
That way you can restore your full system to any point in the last 2-3 months, or can also access any individual file or folder as it was on any day in the past 2-3 months.
Because the backups are compressed, the whole caboodle only takes about 4 times the size of the drive.
Backup [-<generations>] [-s(hutdown)] <folder> <disk> [<disk> ...]
<generations>: Number of month folders to create before reusing the first one. Default 3.
-s : Shuts down computer when backup is finished.
<folder>: Destination parent folder (folders named "0", "1", "2" will be created for the month folders below this one).
<disk>: Drive letter - e.g. C
#This program requires Drive Snapshot to function